Over the last little while you may have noticed I’ve become a bit iPad centric. To be specific, I’ve been exploring using the iPad as a portable, digital darkroom.
Yes, the iPad doesn’t have a camera (for now, maybe in version 2?), but that shouldn’t stop us from using it to manipulate images imported into the iPad.
A few of my Future Shop posts have explored this concept, most recently this series I’ve started on digital darkroom workflow.
But there’s so much stuff to talk about that I thought it deserved it’s own blog. And now it does:
iPad Darkroom is a place where I’ll start sharing information on Apps, Tools and Technique for using your iPad as a core component of digital photography.
I hope you take a look around, it’s still quite new and a little rough in spots — that’ll be fixed up in the coming days.
And do feel free to leave your thoughts, here or on the blog itself.
Oh, I almost forgot. To really kick the blog off with a bang, I thought I’d have another blog contest — with the help from my good friends over at MacPhun.
All the details on the contest are, of course, over at iPad Darkroom. So go! Enter the contest, and let me know what you think!
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